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Five Mistakes to Avoid when Designing your Pension Administration System

It’s easy to get caught up in the possibilities when it comes to designing your new pension administration system. And of course, you want to make sure that your new system makes up for the inadequacies of your old one. However, fixating too heavily on such details can lead the system design process astray.

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What is the Sagitec Framework?

The Sagitec Framework™ provides the foundation upon which Sagitec’s benefit management solutions, Neospin™ and Neosurance™, are built. It is a domain-neutral technology architecture designed to mitigate the risk of technical obsolescence and simultaneously respond to rapidly changing business requirements.

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Five reasons why pension agencies need to evolve their IT infrastructure

Are you contemplating whether to invest in a new pension administration solution? If so, this blog will provide you with compelling reasons why you should make a strategic investment in your IT infrastructure.

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What is the difference between data conversion and data cleansing?

  • Christina Kalinowski
  • Thu, May 12, 2016
  • FAQ

Data conversion is the process of transforming data from one format to another. While the definition of data conversion may be straightforward, the process itself isn’t. Converting data can be a challenging process; it involves extracting data from its original source, transforming the data into the desired format, and finally, loading the data into a new location.

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Why are there so many PIRs? In Defense of the Defect Ratio

In a perfect world, a newly implemented software system would go-live with no PIRs (Problem Incident Reports). And everything would look and function exactly how the client had envisioned - flawlessly. Surely, an understandable aspiration; however, let’s look at whether or not that is a realistic expectation.

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